Education / Educación
Doggett and Deputy Assistant Secretary Dr. Libby Doggett visit Pre-K 4 SA
0 | By Leslie Tisdale
San Antonio.- U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett (D-San Antonio), a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee and House Budget Committee, and Dr. Libby Doggett, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and Early Learning at the Department of Education, visited a San Antonio’s Pre-K 4 SA facility that recently opened for this academic year. The Doggetts toured the new facility, hosted a meet-and-greet with parents of students, and spoke with faculty and staff about the importance of early childhood education.
Inicia campaña para becas en escuelas católicas
0 | Por Roberto J. Pérez
San Antonio.- La agencia Hope for the Future, que tiene la misión de procurar becas para estudiantes en las escuelas católicas ubicadas en el territorio del Arzobispado de San Antonio, comisionó a 10 personas de negocios y dirigentes de la comunidad a operar una campaña de capital por el resto del año para cubrir la escolaridad de niños y jóvenes en los planteles escolares de la Arquidiócesis.
Alamo Colleges increases number of degrees and certificates awarded
0 | By Kay C. Hendricks
San Antonio.- The Alamo Colleges continues to make remarkable strides in achieving greater student success, with a record 7,310 degrees and certificates awarded to students in 2014! The number of degrees and certificates awarded represents a 73% increase since 2007, when 4,219 degrees and certificates were awarded.
IWHS Students Honored by National Merit® Scholarship Program
0 | By Margaret Garcia
San Antonio.- Incarnate Word High School (IWHS) is proud to announce that seniors Marianne Thrailkill, Madelyn Coles and Tarika Srinivasan have been named Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Doggett announces more than $500,000 in federal funding for SAISD
0 | By Leslie Tisdale
Washington, D.C..- U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett (D-San Antonio), a senior member of the Ways and Means Committee and House Budget Committee, today announced that $533,581 in federal funding will be made available to the San Antonio Independent School District to help make schools school safer and to improve mental health services for students. SAISD will use the funding to implement a district-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports network.